MAN0873-06-EN Specifications / Installation __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 12/18/2008 Page 1 of 4 ECN # 947 XLT OCS Model: HE-XT105 / HEXT240C115 / HEXT240C015 12 Digital DC Inputs / 12 Digital DC Outputs 2 Analog Inputs (High Resolution) / 2 Analog Outputs 1 Specifications Digital DC Inputs Digital DC Outputs Inputs per Module 12 including 4 configurable HSC inputs Outputs per Module 12 including 2 configurable PWM outputs Commons per Module 1 Commons per Module 1 Input Voltage Range 12 VDC / 24 VDC Output Type Sourcing / 10 K Pull-Down Absolute Max. Voltage 35 VDC Max. Absolute Max. Voltage 28 VDC Max. Input Impedance 10 kΩ Output Protection Short Circuit Input Current Positive LogicNegative LogicMax. Output Current per point 0.5 A Upper Threshold 0.8 mA -1.6 mA Max. Total Current 4 A Continuous Lower Threshold 0.3 mA -2.1 mA Max. Output Supply Voltage 30 VDC Max Upper Threshold 8 VDC Minimum Output Supply Voltage 10 VDC Min Lower Threshold 3 VDC Max. Voltage Drop at Rated Current 0.25 VDC OFF to ON Response 1 ms Max. Inrush Current 650 mA per channel ON to OFF Response 1 ms Min. Load None OFF to ON Response 1 ms ON to OFF Response 1 ms HSC Max. Switching Rate 10 kHz Totalizer/Pulse, Edges 5 kHz Frequency/Pulse, Width 2.5 kHz Quadrature Output Characteristics Current Sourcing (Positive Logic) Analog Inputs, High Resolution Number of Channels 2 Thermocouple Temperature Range B / R / S 2912°F to 32.0°F (1600°C to 0°C) E 1652°F to -328°F (900°C to -200°C) Input Ranges (Selectable) 0 - 10 VDC 0 – 20 mA 4 – 20 mA 100mV PT100 RTD, and J, K, N, T, E, R, S, B Thermocouples T 752.0°F to -400.0°F (400°C to -240°C) J 1382.0°F to -346.0°F (750°C to -210°C) K / N 2498.0°F to -400°F (1370°C to -240°C) Safe input voltage range 10 VDC: -0.5 V to +15 V 20 mA: -0.5 V to +6 V RTD / T/C: ±24 VDC Thermocouple Common Mode Range ±10V Nominal Resolution 10V, 20mA, 100mV: 14 Bits RTD, Thermocouple: 16 Bits Converter Type Delta Sigma Max. Error at 25°C (*excluding zero) *4-20 mA ±0.10%* *0-20 mA ±0.10%* *0-10 VDC ±0.10%* RTD (PT100) ±1.0 °C 0-100 mV ±0.05% Input Impedance (Clamped @ -0.5 VDC to 12 VDC) Current Mode: 100 Ω, 35mA Max. Continuous Voltage Mode: 500 kΩ, 35mA Max. Continuous Max Thermocouple Error (After Warm Up Time of One Hour) ±0.2% (±0.3% below -100°C) %AI full scale 10 V, 20 mA, 100 mV: 32,000 counts full scale. RTD / T/C: 20 counts / °C Conversion Speed, Both Channels Converted 10V, 20mA, 100mV: 30 Times/Second RTD, Thermocouple: 7.5 Times/Second Max. Over-Current 35 mA Conversion Time per Channel 10V, 20mA, 100mV: 16.7mS RTD, Thermocouple: 66.7mS Open Thermocouple Detect Current 50 nA RTD Excitation Current 250 μA Analog Outputs General Specifications Number of Channels 2 Required Power (Steady State) 130 mA @ 24 VDC Output Ranges 0-10 VDC, 0-20 mA Required Power (Inrush) 30 A for 1 ms @ 24 VDC Nominal Resolution 12 Bits Primary Power Range 10 - 30 VDC Update rate Once per PLC scan Operating Temperature -10° to 60° Celsius Minimum 10 V load 1 kΩ Storage Temperature 14 to 140°F (-10 to 60°C) Maximum 20 mA load 500 Ω Relative Humidity 5 to 95% Non-condensing Analog Outputs; Output Points Required 2 Filtering 15Hz hash (noise) filter 1-128 scan digital running average filter Terminal Type Screw Type,5 mm Removable Maximum Error at 25°C (excluding zero) 0.1% Weight 12.5 oz. (354.36) CE Additional error for temperatures other than 25°C 0.01% / °C UL See Compliance Table at http://www.heapg.com/Pages/TechSupport/ProductCert.html Clock Accuracy +/- Seven Minutes/Month at 20C Note: Highest usable frequency for PWM output is 65 KHzMAN0873-06-EN Specifications / Installation __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 12/18/2008 Page 2 of 4 ECN # 947 2 Panel Cut-Out and Dimensions Note: Max. panel thickness: 5 mm. 3 Ports / Connectors / Cables Note: The case of the XLt is black, but for clarity, it is shown in a lighter gray color. 4.1 I/O Jumpers Settings (JP1 – JP4) 3.622 [92mm]3.622 [92mm]001XLE002Refer to XLe/XLt User Manual for panel box information and a handy checklist of requirements. Note: The tolerance to meet NEMA standards is ± 0.005” (0.1 mm). To Remove Back Cover: Unscrew 4 screws located on the back of the unit. Remove Cover. CAUTION: Do not over tighten screws when replacing the back cover. 001ACC009Power Connector Power Up: Connect to Earth Ground. Apply 10 - 30 VDC. Screen lights up. Torque rating 4.5 – 7 Lb-In (0.50 – 0.78 N-m) CAN Connector Use the CAN Connector when using CsCAN network. Torque Rating 4.5 – 7 Lb-In (0.50 – 0.78 N-m) I/O Jumpers (Not Shown): I/O Jumpers (JP) are located internally. To access, remove back cover of unit. Wiring Connectors (J1 – J3), I/O Jumpers (JP1 – JP4), and External Jumpers (RS-485) are described in the Wiring and Jumpers section of this document. Note: The Cscape Module Setup configuration must match the selected I/O (JP) jumper settings. Negative Logic Positive Logic JP1 Digital DC Inputs Default I10V001XLE03612-24VDCI10VPositive Logic In Negative Logic In Positive Logic vs. Negative Logic Wiring The XLe can be wired for Positive Logic inputs or Negative Logic inputs. Memory Slot: Uses Removable Memory for data logging, screen captures, program loading and recipes. Horner Part No.: HE-MC1 Serial Communications: MJ1: (RS-232 / RS-485) Use for Cscape programming and Application-Defined Communications. MJ2: (RS-232 / RS-485) Use for Application-Defined Communications. J1J2J3JP2JP1JP3JP4001XLE030Location of I/O jumpers (JP) and wiring connectors (J1 – J3). Wiring Specifications �For I/O wiring (discrete), use the following wire type or equivalent: Belden 9918, 18 AWG (0.8 mm2) or larger. �For shielded Analog I/O wiring, use the following wire type or equivalent: Belden 8441, 18 AWG (0.8 mm2) or larger. �For CAN wiring, use the following wire type or equivalent: Belden 3084, 24 AWG (0.2 mm2) or larger. CURRENT(20mA)VOLTAGE (10V) JP4 ANALOG OUTPUT SETTING VOLTAGE OR CURRENT AQ2AQ1AQ2 AQ1 Default Analog In Settings AI1 AI2JP2JP3RTD (PT100)T1T2JP2JP3T/C/100mVT1T2Note: When using JP4 (output) or JP2 / JP3 (inputs), each channel can be independently configured. For example, JP2 can be configured for 10 V and JP3 can be configured as an RTD. JP2JP310V/20mAMA1/V1MA2/V2Default MJ1(RS-232 / RS-485)MJ2RS-232 / RS-485)(J1I/O JumperMemory Slot001XLE029-R2 J2I/O Jumper NET 1sCAN)(CPowerDIPSwitchNote – Your keypad overlay appearance may differ. Standard US/EU overlays pictured here for example. * +5Vdc 60mA Max Pin MJ1 Pins MJ2 Pins Signal Direction Signal Direction 8 TXD OUT TXD OUT 7 RXD IN RXD IN 6 0 V Ground 0 V Ground 5* +5 60mA OUT +5 60mA OUT 4 RTS OUT TX- OUT 3 CTS IN TX+ OUT 2 RX- / TX- IN / OUT TX-/RX- IN 1 RX+ / TX+ IN / OUT TX+/RX+ IN 18Serial Communications:MJ1 and MJ2 (RS-232 / RS-485)4 Wiring and Jumpers • Wire according to the type of inputs / outputs used and select the appropriate jumper option. Use Copper Conductors in Field Wiring Only, 60/75° CMAN0873-06-EN Specifications / Installation ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 12/18/2008 Page 3 of 4 ECN # 947 _______________________________ 4.2 External DIP Switch Settings (or Jumpers Settings) 4.3 Wiring Examples Note: The wiring examples show Positive Logic input wiring. J1 Orange Name I1 IN1 I2 IN2 I3 IN3 I4 IN4 I5 IN5 I6 IN6 I7 IN7 I8 IN8 H1 HSC1 / IN9 H2 HSC2 / IN10 H3 HSC3 / IN11 H4 HSC4 / IN12 NC No Connect NC No Connect 0V Ground J3 Orange Name T1+ T/C / RTD IN1+ / 100 mV+ T1- T/C / RTD IN1- / 100 mV- T2+ T/C / RTD IN2+ / 100 mV+ T2- T/C / RTD IN2- / 100 mV- AQ1 10 V / 20 mA OUT1 AQ2 0 V / 20 mA OUT2 0V Ground MA1 20 mA IN1 V1 10 V IN1 0V Ground MA2 20 mA IN2 V2 10 V IN2 0V Ground 5 I/O Register Map Registers Description %I1 to %I24 Digital Inputs %I32 Output Fault %I25 to %I31 Reserved %Q1 to %Q16 Digital outputs %Q17 Clear HSC1 accumulator to 0 %Q18 Totalizer: Clear HSC2 Quadrature 1-2: Accumulator 1 Reset to max – 1 %Q19 Clear HSC3 Accumulator to 0 %Q20 Totalizer: Clear HSC4 Quadrature 3-4: Accumulator 3 Reset to max – 1 %Q21 to %Q32 Reserved %AI1 to %AI4 Analog inputs %AI5, %AI6 HSC1 Accumulator %AI7, %AI8 HSC2 Accumulator %AI9, %AI10 HSC3 Accumulator %AI11, %AI12 HSC4 Accumulator %AQ1, %AQ2 PWM1 Duty Cycle %AQ3, %AQ4 PWM2 Duty Cycle %AQ5, %AQ6 PWM Prescale %AQ7, %AQ8 PWM Period %AQ9 to %AQ14 Analog outputs Note: Not all XLe units contain the I/O listed in this table. Registers PWM HSC Stepper %AQ1 Start Frequency %AQ2 PWM1 Duty Cycle (32 bit) HSC1 Preset Value Run Frequency %AQ3 %AQ4 PWM2 Duty Cycle (32 bit) HSC2 Preset Value Accel Count (32 bit) %AQ5 %AQ6 PWM Prescale (32 bit) Run Count (32 bit) %AQ7 %AQ8 PWM Period (32 bit) Decel Count (32 bit) %Q1 Run %I30 Ready/Done %I31 Error 6 MJ2 Pinouts in Full and Half Duplex Modes J2 Black Name 0V Ground V+* V+* NC No Connect Q12 OUT12 Q11 OUT11 Q10 OUT10 Q9 OUT9 Q8 OUT8 Q7 OUT7 Q6 OUT6 Q5 OUT5 Q4 OUT4 Q3 OUT3 Q2 OUT2 / PWM2 Q1 OUT1 / PWM1 V+* Supply for Sourcing Outputs I1 I2 I3 I4 H2 H3 H4 0V I5 I6 I7 I8 NC NC H1 001XLE007 12-24 VDC J1 Orange Positive Logic Digital In Q1Q2Q3Q4Q9Q10Q11Q12Q5Q6Q7Q8V+0VLOADLOADLOADLOADLOADLOADLOADLOADLOADLOADLOADLOAD10 - 30VDCNC001XLE008J2 Black Positive Logic Digital Outputs J3 Orange Analog In / Analog Out Note: A total of 2 Analog Inputs can be used (T/C, RTD, mV, mA, and V). 0 -10 V Analog Out AQ10V10VDC4 - 20 mA Analog Out AQ10V20mAThermocouple In T1+ T1- The External DIP Switches are used for termination of the RS-485 ports. The XLt is shipped un-terminated. To terminate, select one of the jumpers shipped with the product and insert it based upon the option that is desired or, select the switch and configure based upon the option that is desired. As seen when looking at the top of the XLt unit: Refer to Section 3 for the location of the External Jumpers. 0 – 10 V Analog In 0-10VDCMA1V10VNCRTD In T1+ T1- 0V mV In T1+ T1- 0V 100mV+ 100mV- Note: Be sure to wire 0 V to V1 as shown for proper operation. Note: Loop Power (LOOP PWR) requirements are determined by the transmitter specification. LOOP PWR20mAMA1V10V20 mA Analog In001XLE037-R1DIPSW3: FACTORY USE ONLY (tiny bootloader firmware downloading). NOT TO BE USED FOR NORMAL OCS OPERATION. DIPSW2: MJ2 Termination (default – none) DIPSW1: MJ1 Termination (default – none) Full Duplex Half DuplexPin MJ2 Pins Signal Direction 8 TXD OUT 7 RXD IN 6 0 V Ground 5* +5 60mA OUT 4 TX- OUT 3 TX+ OUT 2 RX- IN 1 RX+ IN 18* +5Vdc 60mA Max Pin MJ2 Pins Signal Direction 8 TXD OUT 7 RXD IN 6 0 V Ground 5* +5 60mA OUT 4 TX- OUT 3 TX+ OUT 2 TX-/RX- IN/OUT 1 TX+/RX+ IN/OUT 18MAN0873-06-EN Specifications / Installation __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 12/18/2008 Page 4 of 4 ECN # 947 7 Digital Filtering for Analog Inputs 9 Safety The digital filter is updated once per conversion. It is an “IIR” running average filter that emulates a simple RC filter. The equivalent time constant is determined by the Filter Constant and the sum of the conversion times for the two channels. The Filter When found on the product, the following symbols specify:two input mode selections. This filter delay is in addition to the PLC scan delay. Constant determines the weight given to the most recent conversion. The following table lists the equivalent time constant for the three possible total Warning: Consult user documentation.Warning: Electrical Shock Hazard. conversion times, which are dependent upon the This equipment is suitable for use in Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C and D or Non-hazardous locations only Equivalent RC Time Constant in Seconds (Nominal time to reach 63% of final value.) Total Conversion Time in Seconds WARNING – EXPLOSION HAZARD – Substitution of components may impair suitability for Class I, Division 2 Filter Constant 0.03 0.09 0.13 0* 0.03* 0.09* 0.13* AVERTISSEMENT - RISQUE D'EXPLOSION - LA SUBSTITUTION DE COMPOSANTS PEUT RENDRE CE MATERIAL INACCEPTABLE POUR LES EMPLACEMENTS DE CLASSE 1, DIVISION 2 1 0.07 0.18 0.27 2 0.13 0.35 0.53 3 0.27 0.71 1.07 4 0.53 1.41 2.13 WARNING – EXPLOSION HAZARD – Do not disconnect equipment unless power has been switched off or the area is known to be non-hazardous. 5 1.07 2.83 4.27 6 2.14 5.65 8.54 AVERTISSEMENT - RISQUE D'EXPLOSION - AVANT DE DECONNECTOR L'EQUIPMENT, COUPER LE COURANT OU S'ASSURER QUE L'EMPLACEMENT EST DESIGNE NON DANGEREUX. 7 4.28 11.30 17.08 * No filter delay, reading is unfiltered conversion value WARNING: To avoid the risk of electric shock or burns, always connect the safety (or earth) ground before making any other connections. 8 Thermocouple Grounding Schemes WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, or physical injury it is strongly recommended to fuse the voltage measurement inputs. Be sure to locate fuses as close to the source as possible. WARNING: Replace fuse with the same type and rating to provide protection against risk of fire and shock hazards. WARNING: In the event of repeated failure, do not 10 Technical Support For assistance and manual updates, contact Technical Support at the following locations: North America: (317) 916-4274 www.heapg.com email: firstname.lastname@example.org Europe: (+) 353-21-4321-266 www.horner-apg.com email: email@example.com replace the fuse again as a repeated failure indicates a defective condition that will not clear by replacing the fuse. WARNING: Only qualified electrical personnel familiar with the construction and operation of this equipment and the hazards involved should install, adjust, operate, or service this equipment. Read and understand this manual and other applicable manuals in their entirety before proceeding. Failure to observe this precaution could result in severe bodily injury or loss of life. Ungrounded Thermocouples Ungrounded Thermocouples Alternate Shield Connection for Ungrounded Thermocouples. Preferred Shield Connection for Ungrounded Thermocouples. No part of this publication may be reproduced without the prior agreement and written permission of Horner APG, Inc. Information in this document is subject to change without notice. � All applicable codes and standards need to be followed in the installation of thisproduct. � Adhere to the following safety precautions whenever any type of connection is made to the module: � Connect the safety (earth) ground on the power connector first before making anyother connections. � When connecting to electric circuits or pulse-initiating equipment, open their related breakers. � Do not make connections to live power lines. � Make connections to the module first; then connect to the circuit to be monitored. � Route power wires in a safe manner in accordance with good practice and localcodes. � Wear proper personal protective equipment including safety glasses and insulated gloves when making connections to power circuits. � Ensure hands, shoes, and floor are dry before making any connection to a powerline. � Make sure the unit is turned OFF before making connection to terminals. � Make sure all circuits are de-energized before making connections. � Before each use, inspect all cables for breaks or cracks in the insulation. Replaceimmediately if defective. • Use Copper Conductors in Field Wiring Only, 60/75° C This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1. This device may not cause harmful interference. 2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Grounded Thermocouples Grounded Thermocouples Field Ground Potential Less Than Seven Volts AC Field Ground Potential Less Than Seven Volts AC Shields Connected at One End Only May be Used to Reduce Noise Typical Shield Connection for Grounded Thermocouples Grounded Thermocouples May Use the Ungrounded Thermocouple Shield Connections if the Shield is not Grounded at the Field End Note: The examples for thermocouple grounding schemes above are generic illustrations. The XT105 has two thermocouple inputs.